Though time travel would be an utterly fantastic way to experience real life in reverse, the likelihood torward its reality is still slim.
For now, we’ll have to rely on digital technology to turn back the hands of time.

Technology can be frustrating. Your Wi-Fi is spotty, your cellphone could crack, your mother might have discovered SnapChat
But what’s bad for the general population is great for stand-up comics. After all, if there was nothing to complain about they’d have to tell knock-knock jokes in front of the brick wall

The iPhone 5C made headlines this week for its affordable $99 price point when you buy the phone in the U.S. on contract. We thought it would be fun to put that cheap figure into perspective.
The price tag is so low, you could easily find a case for your new handset that costs more than the device itself

Twitter has about 240 million users and is projected to end the year with 260 million, a far cry from the 400 million that CEO Dick Costolo had projected, according to a report.
Citing unnamed sources, All Things D reports that Twitter has been adding fewer than 4.5 million users per month this year, accumulating to 30% growth by the end of 2013. Costolo told Twitter employees a few months ago that he believed the company would grow 100% in 2013 — from 200 million to 400 million
Twitter representatives could not be reached for comment on the report.
If true, it’s unclear how the slowed growth will affect Twitter’s looming IPO . The company hasn’t released any financial figures, but researcher eMarketer has estimated that Twitter will generate about $583 million in global ad revenue in 2013 and close in on the $1 billion mark next year Read more…

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